Custom table by Made Furniture Studio featured in the 2017 Designer Showhouse

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October 26, 2017

Custom table by Made Furniture Studio

— featured in the 2017 Designer Showhouse —

For years, Denver Life Magazine has brought together some of Denver’s finest in interior design, architecture, landscaping and curated art to raise money for a great cause. This year, Denver Life teamed up with Caliber Construction, Alvarez Morris Architecture, and 13 different interior designers, with the goal of raising $25,000 for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.

The 2017 Showhouse consists of a 4,605-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath Tudor-style home with each room in the house styled by a different interior designer. The home was originally built in 1937 in the Bonnie Brae neighborhood and is now completely renovated thanks to the countless volunteer hours put in by the designers.

When approached by interior designer Kimberly Timmons, of Kimberly Timmons Interiors, Made Furniture Studio jumped at the opportunity to participate in a great cause and an exciting collaboration. KTI Interior’s vision for the dining room of the house was to bring the outside to the inside.

“We knew we wanted our concept to be bringing the outdoors in, so doing that through natural materials…plants…the live edge maple wood…all of that,” said Nikki Holt, residential designer at Kimberly Timmons Interiors, to CBS 4 Denver News.

That’s where Made Furniture Studio comes in. In order to bring this vision to life, we combined the elements of a live edge maple slab and a concrete edge and connected them with brass butterfly inlays. The table dimensions are 40x108x30, enough to comfortably sit the three “urban glam” chairs on each side.

“With the ‘wow’ chairs, with the fur pillows. People are like, ‘Fur pillows on dining room chairs?’ It softens the space,” Holt explained to CBS 4 News.

We’re thrilled that our table in KTI Interior’s room was chosen to be featured on the cover of this month’s Denver Life Magazine, showcasing the event.

Stop by the house, open now through September 24th, to see how 13 different interior designers all managed to reflect their individual style into their rooms and still ensure that the house as a whole flows seamlessly together. Get your tickets and support Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver here:

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